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Jennifer Smith (General Hospital) - Storylines - 1980
... Laura Webber was jealous of their relationship ... Scott Baldwin discovered that Luke had raped Laura ... He swam to a dock where Laura was waiting for him ...
Laura, South Australia
... Laura is a rural town in the Mid North - Southern Flinders Ranges region of South Australia, 12 km north of Gladstone on the Main North Road and 40 km east of Port Pirie ... Dennis, whose first poem was published in the Laura Standard newspaper ... Laura is administered by the Northern Areas Council, and is in the state electoral district of Stuart and the federal Division of Grey ...
Shabby - Laura
... Laura McAdam (born 1989) was age 20, a cashier from Stratford-upon-Avon ... She entered the House on Day 45 and voluntarily left the house on day 50 ...
WCVX - WDJO Moves To AM 1480
... reported that conservative talk featuring Laura Ingraham, Neil Boortz, and Dr ... Laura Schlesinger would debut on 1160 AM on June 15, 2009 ... Coincidentally, 1160 AM was the original Cincinnati home of Laura Ingraham and Dave Ramsey when it was News/Talk WBOB in 2003 ...
Jennifer Smith (General Hospital) - Storylines - 2002
... In 2002, Jennifer kidnapped Luke and Laura ... She said if he didn't, she would kill Laura ... She wanted Laura's death to be a wedding present to her ...

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